Lately, we’ve had to postpone countless events, conferences, and trade shows. Even the Tokyo Olympics has been postponed to 2021. The entire world of events was put on hold, waiting for better times. But while we’re waiting for that day, it doesn’t mean we should stop improving our events and making sure they’ll be even better than we originally planned. Yes, we’re recommending you keep working and tweaking your future events so that people will remember them.
As you may know, a crisis is a perfect time for innovation and improvements. So instead of cancelling your event altogether and using this time to watch Netflix, why not double down your efforts? There are so many things we leave undone before an event starts. We’re always pressed for time and stressed, leaving us unable to make all the event-related ideas we had a reality.
But now we have the perfect circumstances to rethink, redesign, and continue promoting our events. That way, you’ll hit the ground running when the events industry is ready to get back on its feet. Now is the time to get better and innovate like never before. So make the most of this time and start levelling up your events strategy today with the following practices:
Activate your events team remotely and connect weekly
Although it’s more difficult, you can still continue working on improving an event from home. Many teams have had to move their offices ...